repin


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repin

(riːˈpɪn)
vb (tr)
to pin again

repin


Past participle: repinned
Gerund: repinning

Imperative
repin
repin
Present
I repin
you repin
he/she/it repins
we repin
you repin
they repin
Preterite
I repinned
you repinned
he/she/it repinned
we repinned
you repinned
they repinned
Present Continuous
I am repinning
you are repinning
he/she/it is repinning
we are repinning
you are repinning
they are repinning
Present Perfect
I have repinned
you have repinned
he/she/it has repinned
we have repinned
you have repinned
they have repinned
Past Continuous
I was repinning
you were repinning
he/she/it was repinning
we were repinning
you were repinning
they were repinning
Past Perfect
I had repinned
you had repinned
he/she/it had repinned
we had repinned
you had repinned
they had repinned
Future
I will repin
you will repin
he/she/it will repin
we will repin
you will repin
they will repin
Future Perfect
I will have repinned
you will have repinned
he/she/it will have repinned
we will have repinned
you will have repinned
they will have repinned
Future Continuous
I will be repinning
you will be repinning
he/she/it will be repinning
we will be repinning
you will be repinning
they will be repinning
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been repinning
you have been repinning
he/she/it has been repinning
we have been repinning
you have been repinning
they have been repinning
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been repinning
you will have been repinning
he/she/it will have been repinning
we will have been repinning
you will have been repinning
they will have been repinning
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been repinning
you had been repinning
he/she/it had been repinning
we had been repinning
you had been repinning
they had been repinning
Conditional
I would repin
you would repin
he/she/it would repin
we would repin
you would repin
they would repin
Past Conditional
I would have repinned
you would have repinned
he/she/it would have repinned
we would have repinned
you would have repinned
they would have repinned
References in periodicals archive ?
Repin, who was also on close terms with his patron, was finally given permission after frequent entreaties in 1883, and, with the help of a death mask, used this painting as the basis of the portrait he completed three years after Tretyakov's death at the request of the Gallery's trustees, who were by then the custodians of over 2,000 works of art.
Repin is considered a phenomenon in the classical music world, and is often regarded as one the best violin players in the world.
These may be the boards with the most pins and repins or the ones that best showcase an area of expertise.
Comment, repin, be part of their Community, and, eventually, they'll become part of yours.
The obligatory Russian fireworks arrived with a pacey Polovtsian Dances and an uncharacteristically frenetic Vadim Repin in the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto, but one would never have guessed from the intermittently scrappy rendition of Elgar's Enigma Variations that this orchestra and conductor had performed the piece together only a week earlier in Moscow.
They were interested in a traditional 'pin it to win it' approach, meaning fans pin or repin something for a chance to win a prize.
You can view things on other people's pinboards, and repin them on your own boards.
For many Pinterest members, the goal--particularly if you are marketing something--is to get others to repin it to their boards.
If friends repin, like or comment on the pin, Pinterest will let you know through notifications.
Chaliapin recreated the tsar's pose in the Repin painting, but in relation to the death of his fictional daughter (Olga, the eponymous Maid) rather than his historical son.
The idea is that a user will stay on the site longer and continue to pin and repin items.